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Stella Wright, 20, is doing a PRCA L4 higher apprenticeship in public relations at Templemere PR My ambition to start an apprenticeship began when I decided not to go to university, and instead wanted to get straight into working life and gain as much experience as possible. I’d always loved to write and I have a creative mind, so I looked for apprenticeships involving these skills—which lead me to PR! When I first started in PR I was surprised by

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Daisy Crozier, 19, works at BSH and is working towards completing an apprenticeship in public relations (PR) and internal communications with the PRCA “I chose to do an apprenticeship because I wanted a new challenge that would trump traditional classroom teachings. I found the idea of university very narrow and restrictive.” “The idea of an apprenticeship was something that took me by surprise as it offered the chance to acquire skills that were transferable and gain such valuable working experience.

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Abbie Langridge, 19, started her level 4 apprenticeship in public relations with the PRCA at the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) after she finished her A-levels “I chose to do an apprenticeship because I wanted to start working but carry on studying, it was a perfect fit!” “The best part about doing an apprenticeship is that you get exposed to a variety of different roles and responsibilities. I’ve organised events, written speeches and presented to a range of audiences. I

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Flynn Clark, who is on a scenic carpenters apprenticeship at the Royal Opera House, discusses how his opportunity came about Where did you see the apprenticeship advertised? A good friend actually told me about the possibility of doing my apprenticeship in backstage theatre. I was looking for apprenticeships in carpentry at just normal joinery firms but she asked me if I had thought about set building and it all really clicked together. What made you apply for the apprenticeship? I’ve

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